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Clinton Judge: Students Can Sue To Reinstate La Raza Studies

Students can sue their public school district for violating their First Amendment right by eliminating a radical La Raza studies program that ignites racial hostility, teaches disdain for American sovereignty and illegally segregates students by race. Only in America would a federal judge rule that a U.S. taxpayer-funded institution can…

Govt. Issues Guidelines To Curtail Racial Isolation In Schools

To “reduce racial isolation among students,” the Obama Administration has issued official guidelines to promote diversity in the nation’s public education system by, among other things, blending the rich with the poor. A district with two elementary schools—one with a large enrollment of students from households with “higher than average…

Public School Dist. To Pay Muslim Teacher Over Mecca Trip

A public school district in the U.S. must pay a Muslim teacher tens of thousands of dollars and establish a religious accommodation training program for refusing to let the instructor take three weeks off to make a pilgrimage to Mecca. The settlement marks the conclusion of the first lawsuit filed…

Feds Order School Dist. To Close Gap Between Minorities

On a mission to narrow the academic achievement gap between minorities and whites, the Obama Administration has ordered the nation’s second-largest public school district to cut back on disciplining black students and develop a special curriculum for those who don’t speak English.The orders come on the heels of a 19-month…

$500k For Hip-Hop Public School

In a deplorable waste of taxpayer dollars, a hip-hop themed public high school that has taken more than two years and half a million dollars to plan will never open its doors in Oregon.It’s bad enough that Portland education officials approved the failed project in the first place. Many admitted…

Calif. Pro Minority/Gay Curriculum Law Challenged

A new law forcing public schools to develop a curriculum that portrays minority figures—including gay, bisexual and transgender—positively and forbids all negative depictions is being challenged in California, where state law allows citizens to achieve a sort of people’s veto.The measure (SB 48) was passed last month and requires that…

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